High temperature PEM fuel cells

Danish Power Systems is developing and manufacturing Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEAs) for high temperature PEM fuel cells. The MEAs are available in a number of standard sizes.

Hydrogen Days 2016 in Prague

25. April 2016

Danish Power Systems was participating in the conference “Hydrogen Days 2016” in Prague (April 6th-8th), which also included a specialist workshop on High Temperature PEM fuel cells. Presentation by Hector Rodrigo Garcia  on HTPEM FC development: HTPEM Membrane Electrode Assembly for CHP applications.

Link: http://www.hydrogendays.cz/2016/

 

 

Flexible platform

15. April 2016

Danish Power Systems have been participating in a project addressing a flexible platform for production of HTPEM fuel cells.

 

https://ing.dk/artikel/robot-karrusel-kan-bane-vejen-hyperfleksibel-produktion-182470

 

 

 

 

 

Hydrogen Days April 2016

23. February 2016

Danish Power Systems (DPS) will participate in the conference ”Hydrogen Days 2016”, which will take place in Prague April 6th – 8th 2016. There is a dedicated expert workshop on High Temperature PEM (HTPEM) fuel cells in relation to the conference, where DPS (among others) will present the latest findings within fuel cells and components. See www.hydrogendays.cz/2016/ for further information.

 

Hydrogen Europe

1. December 2015

Our organization in the FCH-JU in Brussels has changed name from New-IG to Hydrogen Europe. Also a new logo has been created. The purpose is to improve branding of understanding of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies in Europe. See more on http://hydrogeneurope.eu/ or contact Hans Aage Hjuler at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

New book on HTPEM fuel cells

1. December 2015

Springer Publishing has published a comprehensive book on High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells, Approaches, Status, and Perspectives. The editors are: Q. Li, D. Aili, H.A. Hjuler and J.O. Jensen. The book is a comprehensive review of high-temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs). PEMFCs are the preferred fuel cells for a variety of applications such as automobiles, cogeneration of heat and power units, emergency power and portable electronics. The first 5 chapters of the book describe rationalization and illustration of approaches to high temperature PEM systems. Chapters 6 - 13 are devoted to fabrication, optimization and characterization of phosphoric acid-doped polybenzimidazole membranes, the very first electrolyte system that has demonstrated the concept of and motivated extensive research activity in the field. The last 11 chapters summarize the state-of-the-art of technological development of high temperature-PEMFCs based on acid doped PBI membranes including catalysts, electrodes, MEAs, bipolar plates, modelling, stacking, diagnostics and applications. Here is the link to the book: http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319170817 For more information contact Hans Aage Hjuler at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
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Development of

  • Fuel cell componenents
  • Membrane Electrode Assemblies
  • Catalysts
  • Electrode materials
  • Membrane materials
  • Electrolysis components

Storage of

  • Energy
  • Hydrogen

Other

  • Spectroscopy 
  • Technical calculations
  • Corrosion testing of materials
  • Materials science in general

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